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Published May 21 2015

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How does QUICKSILVER hear the music from his Walkman at its original speed despite his speeding up? Does he hear differently from the rest of us? Kyle explores on this week's Because Science.

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• How Fast Was the Music Playing on Quicksilver's Walkman? http://nerdi.st/1EYkCK4
• Supersonic Stereo http://nerdi.st/1ILQtoC
• If You’re Moving Faster Than the Speed of Sound, Can You Hear Yourself Scream? http://nerdi.st/1HhTiIe